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serena williams 6-4, 7-5 to book her spot in the finals tomorrow night. it started at 15-30, second serve, and a foot fault called here. we're trying to magnify the look. and from that angle, you just can't see whether that left toe was on the line or not. but it was called a foot fault, which made it 15-40. then serena williams charges after the linesperson that made the call and apparently pro feignly and verbally abused her. referee brian early comes out. the explanation given to him. there had already been the crashed racket at the end of the first set by serena williams and a warning then, so this becomes the second code violation, and a point lost with that is match point. let's get the explanation from mr. early himself. he's with mary jo. mary jo: brian, take us step by step to what happened to get serena defaulted at the end. >> well, it was not an immediate default. it was a point penalty that happened to be given on match point. she had had an earlier warning for racket abuse, and at -- i believe it was deuce, she was called for a foot fault, and a point later she said somethin
to the semifinal match, as kim clijsters has defeated serena williams 6-4, 7-5 to book her spot in the finals tomorrow night. it started at 15-30, second serve, and a foot fault called here. we're trying to magnify the look. and from that angle, you just can't see whether that left toe was on the line or not. but it was called a foot fault, which made it 15-40. then serena williams charges after the linesperson that made the call and apparently pro feignly and verbally abused her. referee brian early comes out. the explanation given to him. there had already been the crashed racket at the end of the first set by serena williams and a warning then, so this becomes the second code violation, and a point lost with that is match point. let's get the explanation from mr. early himself. he's with mary jo. mary jo: brian, take us step by step to what happened to get serena defaulted at the end. >> well, it was not an immediate default. it was a point penalty that happened to be given on match point. she had had an earlier warning for racket abuse, and at -- i believe it was deuce, she was called for
. >> serena williams loses it and she loses it. we'll show you an unexpected end to her title defense at the u.s. open. >> and college football week two is over, but there is a brand-new poll. >> all right. let's update you on early games here. they are in the fourth quarter in houston where the jets lead the texans 24-7. mark sanchez and his regular-season debut, strong showing so far. 272 yards with a touchdown and one pick. meanwhile, since the last update, the broncos added another fieldgoal. it is 6-0, still waiting for the first touchdown from either team with 7:03 left. denver cowboys have taken a 20-13 lead in tampa. tony romo with 223 yards passing and is a pair of of touchdowns and the eagles continue their roll. but donovan mcnabb was injured to make it 38-10. we'll update you and get more information. donovan mcnabb was seen reaching for his lower back. >> tony gonzalez has his first touchdown catch as a falcon. chiefs and ravens, at 17, touchdown and flacco answers. jaguars down two against the colts. five and a half minutes to go. addai and wayne has touchdowns. thanks for hangin
in the fourth round -- clijsters the 2005 champ. sister serena facing maria jose martinez sanchez. they met in the french open. when they played in france, serena called sanchez a cheat. serena won the first set 6-3. second set, serena, one of her 30 winners. this wasn't that much of a contest. serena got a little bit of a challenge in the second set, but she would take this in straight sets 6-3, 7-5. serena 28-1 in her last five majors. after the win, serena, the defending champ, said, "can't spell dynasty without nasty." coming up on espnews. we whet our appetite for college football's first saturday with a friday battle in the big easy. >> it was a rough day for tiger. see where the world's best golfer fell short. >> keeping you current on espnews. it's back to being hit with all the stresses of work. how was your weekend? it's day one of that 3 o'clock lull. and that guy who always asks, mind if i jump in? but monday night football is returning to espn, where adrian's moves will be making the guys in the booth say lean back! re-donk-ulous! play on playa! so relax and run steady. because
-- clijsters the 2005 champ. sister serena facing maria jose martinez sanchez. they met in the french open. when they played in france, serena called sanchez a cheat. serena won the first set 6-3. second set, serena, one of her 30 winners. this wasn't that much of a contest. serena got a little bit of a challenge in the second set, but she would take this in straight sets 6-3, 7-5. serena 28-1 in her last five majors. after the win, serena, the defending champ, said, "can't spell dynasty without nasty." coming up on espnews. we whet our appetite for college football's first saturday with a friday battle in the big easy. >> it was a rough day for tiger. see where the world's best golfer fell short. >> keeping you current on espnews. (announcer) what does greatness taste like? round of miller lite. (announcer on call) ...here it comes... watch this now... got it! my goodness! now you have seen it all. (announcer) that's what greatness tastes like. triple hops brewed. great pilsner taste. miller lite. taste greatness. >> "college football overdrive is back. it's year four on espnews. every sa
of a ruthless killer? >>> where is civility. kanye west crushing taylor swift, serena williams going off on a judge, f-bombs galore and joe wilson and his you lie outburst. what is going on here? where is the self-control? the decency. call in 1-877-tell-hln is the number. e-mail me at cnn.com/primenews. it is your chance to be heard. >>> controversy, opinion, your point of view. this is prime news. >>> welcome. this is "prime news."ú moments ago connecticut's chief medical examiner confirmed a body found in a yale lab was the body of annie le yesterday, the same day the 24-year-old was supposed to marry her best friend. bloody clothing was found at the crime scene, tucked inside ceiling tiles. police say her murder was not random. she was targeted. we'll take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln. joining us pat brown, criminal profiler, hln law enforcement analyst mike brooks and producer for the nancy grace show rupa mclalaney. >> we have confirmed within the last hour that the body found behind the wall is, in fact, annie le. it is confirmed. the medical examiner's office is not releasing the
venus and serena williams advanced to the fourth round with straight-set victories. on the men's side, number two seed, andy murray advanced to the third round with a four-set win. in football, today cutdown day ti r einthskeds haveil the redskins have until 4:00 p.m. to make their final cut. >> we will have more sports later this hour. 66 degrees outside. coming up yale strunts used to being near the top of the rankings. but young women at the ivy league school are finding themselves on a list they call crude and offensive. plus, a show of patriotism from golfers how they are helping children of military men and women who died in combat. an emotional farewell to two fallen firefighters killed by a california wildfire. >>> it was an emotional day in california as firefighters said good-bye to a fallen colleague. hundreds of firefighters lined the streets of los angeles to salute fire captain hall. one of would firefighters killed last week while battling raging wildfires in southern california. the their fire truck fell off a mountainside. the firefighters yesterday gathered together
four of the sweet 16. and there she'll face 05 champ kim clistjers. >> serena facing maria jose martinez sanchez in the third round. that's one person. last time they faced each other was in the french open. and serena called sanchez a cheat. serena up 6-56789 from there it was all bookkeeping. serena in straight sets. she improves to 28-1 in her last five majors. serena said can't spell dynasty without nasty. >> coming up, the appetite for college football's first saturday. with friday battling the big easy. and it was a rough day for too the for tiger. the for tiger. see where hemore cash over here! it's much easier to find money at esurance. great auto insurance rates and lots of discounts! got insurance already? save more with esurance's "switch & save (tm) discount"! it also pays to shop online. you get esurance's "fast 5 (tm) discount" just for getting an instant online quote. - thanks, professor. - don't forget the good student discount. and there's even more discounts! it's no "secret" that you can save hundreds with esurance. make it your "mission" to click or call esur
cierto está hermoso. estuvieron {noteÑ] >>la violenta reacción de de la famosa tenista serena williams le val un costoso castigo, es que fue multada portqylqbshúkph presidente de la república listo. >> estamos ahí. >> no, ok. >> es que nos quedamos. con un saludo de serena. >> además yo... los 10.000 dólares no son ni el 10% de lo que se está ganando. >> serena williams lo que dijo. hizo así. >> un pelo de un gato. >> hizo así. tome, si teníauniv 10.000 en cambio. en monedas. damas y caballeros además de tenis, hoy día tenemos mucho fútbol mexicano en esta nueva jornada si usted tiene 10.000 dólares que le sobran aguante para ir con serena algún lado alguna vez. venga. >> arrancamos el resumen de la octava fecha del apertura mexicana con la goleada del américa frente a estudiante tecos. están de sub líderes a sólo un pto del líder toluca. los diablos no quieren ceder terreno y vencieron a los indios en ciudad juárez con gol de mancilla. están penúltimos en la tabla del descenso. >> en monterrey, los rayados siguieron el ascenso al vencer a los potros 3-0 y están
'm j. w. stewart. a strange few days in new york, first serena, then roger federer, and then the yankees and blue jays. >> don't forget kanye west. >> back in the old days yankee stadium was the site of some great boxing matches. aaron hill, hits square between the shoulders. ow! second blue jay batter hit. he takes his base. home half of the inning. jesse carlson, throws behind here say posada. and they yankee catch are is like, hey, bro? what's the deal? the benches clear a little bit. trust me. this is just the prelim. later in the inning. o'sad at -- posada at second. here comes posada to score. watch as he crosses home plate. a little chicken win there and makes contact with carlson. he says, too can talk the smack. that's when all heck breaks lose. pushing, shoving, benches clear. carlson has a big knot on his head. the yankees say they're cutting ticket prices. they might want to reconsider because at this rate the fans are getting a fame and the fight. both carlson and posada ejected. the yankees fall to the blue jays 10-4. holliday improves to 16-6 against
rings and chips and still lose weight. so how does she do it? >>> and losing your cool. serena's tirade. kanye's mic grab. >> one of the best videos of all time! >> those presidential name calling. >> you lie! >> why this dearth of manners is tonight's "sign of the times". captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. we begin tonight with sad news from hollywood. actor patrick swayze died today after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. the 57-year-old swayze have been remembered for his dancing in "dirty dancing" and from "ghost", but part of it will remembered from the way he dealt with real life. he talked candidly about his illness was with abc's barbara walters and she joins me now. >> well, cynthia, patrick swayze and i had had a relationship -- a warm relationship for decades. in january of this past year, i went to his mansion on the outskirts of los angeles to do what turned out to be his last television interview. patrick swayze was fighting a grim diagnosis -- stage four pancreatic cancer, one of the deadliest forms of the disease. but he was
night. serena, after a crucial call against her. she, also threatened, shall we say, shove her ball down someone's throat. that's cleaning it up. >> ultimately cost her. >>> claiborne is here. >>> good morning, eryone. in the news, coali fonorces militants in westernf taliban ghisafn.antaghanistan. the fighti a comesfter three american and seven aomn trhaoops were killed in a complex ambush involving gun fire, two roadside bombs and rocket-profelled grenades. >>> the .gone is working on new guidelines that would allow hundreds of prisoners in afghanistan to challenge their detention before military review boards. it will give detainees the right to call witnesses. and submit evidence. >>> noble peace prize winner, norman borlaug has died at the age of 95. he was the father of the green revoluti revolution. he's credited with saving as many as a billion lives. >>> finally, people in milwaukee, smashed tomatoes into each other's faces and elsewhere at the city's third annual tomato romp. some even wore battle gear. proceeds will go to a charity. that's a first look at the headlines. back t
at the u.s. open in new york can agree on is this -- the semifinal match between serena williams and kim clijsters was a barn-burning moment but all anyone can talk about is how it actually ended. and one player's stunning comeback has been ellipsed by another's behavior. geico's been saving people money on car insurance for over 70 years. and who doesn't want value for their dollar? been true since the day i made my first dollar. where is that dollar? i got it out to show you... uhh... was it rather old and wrinkly? yeah, you saw it? umm fancy a crisp? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> the swine flu vaccine may be available sooner than expected. health secretary kathleen sebelius says the first round of shots cold be ready about a week ahead of schedule. >> we're on track to have an ample supply rolling by the middle of october but we may have early vaccine as early as the first full week in october. we'll get the vaccine out the door as fast as it rolls out the production line. the earliest doses are probably going to be targeted to he
the vaccine was set for mid month in october. >>> serena williams was wildly -- widely, rather, expected to be defending her title at the u.s. open but she's not. she lost that match yesterday after an outburst on the court. here's what happened. serena williams was called out for a rare double penalty. it's a foot fault leaving her one point away from losing the match. then she flipped out on the judge, screaming, cursing, threatening to sthuv the tennis ball down her throat. >> i didn't say i will kill you. are you serious? are you serious? i didn't say that. >> joining us now sportswriter dave zarin. good morning to you. i looked at your face watching that. was it shocking? >> yes. >> jonl mcenroe we know. >> it wasn't only shocking to me and viewers, it was shocking to john mcenroe. he said from the booth that he couldn't defend the indefensible. and serena williams has no reputation for these kinds of tantrums, and let's face it. tennis is a country club sport. the reason why we remember john mcenroe is because of those kinds of outbursts which are so out of step with the kind of ge
few days in new york. first serena then roger federer. and tonight it was the yankees and the jays. >> back in the day old yankee stadium was the site of some great boxing matches. tuesday, new yankee stadium got a taste of baseball style pugilism. we check in on the score between the bluejays and yankees. toronto leads 10-4. two outs, bottom of the ninth. the big story happening an inning before. as jesse carlson and jorge posada both ignite a benches clearing brawl. couple of blue jays have been plunked earlier in this game. carlson threw behind posada who later scored and gave a chicken wing, an elbow to carlson, and that's when the benches cleared. as soon as this game goes final. in fact, it's just gone final. that is now a final at yankee stadium. blue jays get the win 10-4. highlights and definitely some post-game reaction coming up here on espnews. >> mt. meantime, it's mid september. but it might as well bep opening day for diasuke matsuzaka. the mvp of the world baseball classic. diasuke pitching tuesday night for the first time since june 19. he's been on the d.l. with a
. stewart. a straining few -- strange few days in new york, first serena, then federer, and the yankees and blue days. >> and throw kanye west in as well. tuesday, new yankee stadium got a taste of baseball style pugilism. eighth inning. aaron hill, hit square between the shoulders. ow! second blue jay batter hit on the inning. he takes his base. home half of the inning. carlson, the connecticut native, throws behind posada, and the yankee catcher is like, hey, what's the deal? so the benches clear a little bit. this is just a prelim. later in the inning. o'sad na at second. gardner, good piece of hitting. here comes posada to score. watch as he crosses home plate. a little chicken wing there and makes contact with carlson. and that's when all heck breaks lose. pushing, shoving, benches clear, carlson has a big knot on his head. the yankees are cutting ticket prices. but they might want to reconsiderment the fans are getting a game and a fight. posada and carlson are both ejected. roy halladay improves to 18-6 lifetime against the yankees. andy pettitte will not start wednesday because
'll be watching on wjz. >>> u.s. open tennis, defending champion serena williams on the semi fiejs. monk the spectators her sister who was knocked out. serena keeps the family going n the near court on match point, exchanging volleys with panetta, serena will finish off the italian. she advances to the semis to face the player that beat her sister. serena gets kim cloisters. >>> a once in . >>> you may not have realized it but tomorrow will be sent the 9th, 2009, that's 9-9-9. that represents the last set of remaining same dates for a century. >> i am looking for luck tomorrow. (announcer) tired of nighttime breathing problems? (sniffy/congested noises) ("whish, whish") here's the solution. (applause) is it a bandage you ask? no! it's famous, drug free breathe right. (squeaky noise) ingenious flexible strips that fit your nose to gently open your nasal passages... (free air/deep breath) ...for up to 31% more airflow. (female) wow! (announcer) you'll breathe better so you'll sleep better! small strip. big relief. bright idea! breathe better. sleep better. breathe right. . >>> for
robert flores. i'm j. w. stewart. a strange few days in new york, first serena, then roger federer, and then the yankees and blue jays. >> don't forget kanye west. >> back in the old days yankee stadium was the site of some great boxing matches. aaron hill, hits square between the shoulders. ow! second blue jay batter hit. he takes his base. home half of the inning. jesse carlson, throws behind here say posada. and they yankee catch are is like, hey, bro? what's the deal? the benches clear a little bit. trust me. this is just the prelim. later in the inning. o'sad at -- posada at second. here comes posada to score. watch as he crosses home plate. a little chicken win there and makes contact with carlson. he says, too can talk the smack. that's when all heck breaks lose. pushing, shoving, benches clear. carlson has a big knot on his head. the yankees say they're cutting ticket prices. they might want to reconsider because at this rate the fans are getting a fame and the fight. both carlson and posada ejected. the yankees fall to the blue jays 10-4. holliday improves to 16-6 against
's ravens win 38-24. >>> to a bizarre and totally out of character finish for serena williams. it came when she lost her temper over an official's call. abc's andrea canning has the tirade that is now going to cost the tennis champion. >> reporter: it's the 10 nice tirade heard around the world. saturday, a stressed-out serena williams couldn't keep her cool on the court. first, she was warned about smashing her racket. but it was her outburst over a foot fault that was the final straw for tournament officials. who awarded a point to her opponent citing unsportsmanlike conduct. >> i didn't say i would kill you! >> reporter: that lost point cost millions. >> i used to have a real temper. i've got an lot better. i know you don't believe me but i used to be worse. >> reporter: tennis tireides were once as much a part of the sport as the game itself. >> answer my question! the question, jerk! >> reporter: but sensational scenes like these have become more rare in recent years. one reason players are on their best behavior these days, there's a lot less to argue about when technology has the fin
-under the leader by 7 strokes, heading into tomorrow's final round. >>> after a long rain delay, serena lliams and kim clijsters in took to the court for the u.s. open semi final. serena is down a set, called for a football to put her down match point. serena unable to control her emotions, berates the lineman. the tournament referee comes out and serena was given a point penalty. the defending champion loses to kim clijsters in bizarre fashion. she advances to the finals. >>> fernando gonzalez and rafael nadal return to the court to complete the u.s. open quarter final match starting oned with. nadal took 34 minutes to close out the sec-set tiebreaker and win the third set 6-love and he will face juan martin in the semi finals. that is all the time we have for tonight's geico sports extra. i'm lindsay murphy. i would like to thank rich dunn and the viewers for joining use this saturday night. tune in tomorrow at 11:30 for geico redskins pregame. dave feldman and i will be in the studio and dave ross joins us from new york. to leave you, the sights and sounds of last year's giants game
on our next lf hour of "news4" at 4:00. >>> did you hear it, can you read lips? serena williams pays the price and gets back on the court today following that tirade against the line judge at u.s. open. >> he said, what? swift reaction to the comments made by kanye west at the mtv music awards. >> and what you need to know before you pick up your next rental car. one company's instituting a new ban. we'll find out what you won't be able to do any longer. >>> and welcome back, everybody. at 4:30. i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. here are some of the top stories at this hour. >>police investigating the murder of a grad student at yale university say there's no further threat to students on campus. the body of 24-year-old annie le was found yesterday on what was supposed to be her wedding day. stuffed in a wall in the building where she was last seen. police aren't saying whether they've identified a suspect, but they do say they have no one in custody. >>> president obama has issued a new warning to wall street today. says big bankers and investors cannot, cannot expect another
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't say i would kill you. are you serious? >> serena williams, tossed from the u.s. open. does the punishment fit the the u.s. open. does the punishment fit the crime? captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening. president obama is heading into a very big week on two iues that may well define his presidency. tomorrow, it's the economy. mr. obama hes to the scene of the crime, wall street, where he'll give a speech on the first anniversary of the collapse of lehman brothers, which many believe triggered the financial crisis. on thursday, it's health care. reheads to maryland for another rally to push his controversial reform plan. today, more cracks were developing in a central pillar of that plan. here's david kerley. >> reporter: the president is regaining a bit of momentum in the health care debate, according to polling. >> hello, minneapolis. >> reporter: progress he's trying to capitalize on, looking like a campaigner. >> i will not sign a plan that adds one dime to our deficits. either now or in the future. >> reporter: but this weekend showed the divide in the health
headlines all the time, but serena? >> what did i say? you didn't hear i? >> has a female athlete every behaved this badly? and that's not nice, and can we all agree, neither is this. so we'll ask it again, what has happened to civil discourse in american politics? >>> and on what would have been her wedding day, a bride found dead, her remains in a wall on campus. we're all over this story as police focus on finding a killer. >>> tear gas, demonstrators, all the ingreed yes, sir of las fotot del dia. 6 the conversation begins right now. good afternoon, i'm t.j. holmes sitting in today for rick sanchez. we begin with the yale university missing persons case. that's what it was the last thing you want in a missing persons case was for the police to come out and say they have found a body. well, they have. they found it close to where the young woman was last seen some six days ago. they also found clothes, blood. they're still not saying officially that they have recovered the body of that missing yale grad student, even though they have come out and said they are treating her missing pe
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talented. all right. a little more on that kind of tone a little bit. tennis star serena williams will pay at least $10,000 for her pro fanlty laced tirade on the court. went off on an open official that called a foot fault. penalized being oesh the line, lost a point for the outburst and that lost her the match. >> serena's $10,000 fine is the maximum penalty under tournament rules but an official says, this is a quote, the process isn't over. that's because serena could lose $350,000 she earned just by reaching the semifinals. keep you posted on that. we have the duelling outburst by serena and kanye, plus congressman joe wilson's heckling the president last week. we want to know what do you think about all of this outrageous public conduct? is a vilcivility dead? call us or e-mail us. vote on the hln facebook page, and you can text. the word views plus your comments to hln tv, standard text rates apply. >>> elton john says this little boy from ukraine, the one you're about to see, stole his heart and he wanted to give him a new chance, but the singer's adoption attempt it is being block
foreclosed upon. the first lady wore his gown, now he's giving back in style. and serena williams pulls a john mcenroe move at the u.s. open. why did she unravel and look out venus and serena, two young sisters are on your tennis field. i'm don lemon. >>> we start with a grim development surrounding the case of a missing yale graduate student, annie le. she was set to marry her fiance on long island, new york, today. instead the 24-year-old pharmacology student disappeared. investigators are looking for her and our susan candiotti has been following the latest developments and joins from us new york. what of this new bloody evidence, the clothing? >> what a bittersweet day for le's family and her fiance. here's what we're finding out, don. we understand, according to a law enforcement source close to the investigation that they found some clothes with blood on them, hidden in the ceiling of the medical research building where le was last seen on tuesday of last week. now, the fbi is not saying specifically what items they are testing. they will only say they're taking a close examinatio
. you serious? are you serious? i didn't say that. >> serena's outburst. she blows her shot at winning the u.s. open. >>> now that time period is also the murder and -- i mean, i like "law and order" but look how this person was assaulted. >> and jay leno enters the prime but can he make tv history in prime time? good morning, everyone. i'm alex witt. 9:00 a.m. eastern. 6:00 a.m. out west. it is time for a look at what's happening right now. we begin with the very latest on the search for missing yale graduate student annie le. on this the sixth day le is missing and the day she was to be married, authorities are still being very cautious. >> we don't know where she is. we don't know what happened to her. we don't know if a crime was committed or not. >> nbc's mike tiabbi is live in connecticut with the latest. let's get right to the evidence. are they saying it's definitely something that belonged to annie le or not? >> reporter: no. we're trying to figure out if it's associated to annie le. we learned from a source that among the evidence that was found in the building behind me wher
to serena williams. why are so many public figures serena williams. why are so many public figures being so rude? captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening, we're going to begin with a flurry of activity that occurred here in new york. members of the joint terrorism task force, new york police and the fbi raided several residents today looking to break up a suspected terrorist attack. just days after the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, authorities were tracking a suspect to arrived in new york over the weekend. our chief investigative correspondent brian ross picks up the story. >> it does follow a long weekend for the fbi as it tracked a young afghani man that arrived in new york. conversations led authorities to believe that other plot against new york, while not imminent, might certainly be in the works. >> reporter: it was just after midnight when new york police and federal agents raids this apartment house and several other reasons. they had expected to find bomb-making materials but none was discovered. >> there was reason to believe that was connection to al qaeda or al qaeda
seen this? >> check it out. >> we'll show you the full video and the profanity-laced tirade of serena williams last night. a sad and embarrassing way for the match to end. >> in all reality, though, it was a bad call. not that it justifies anything, correct? >> no call that was bad. it was a bad call. >> but when you're about to be at match point and you get a bad call, it's going to send you into a space you don't want to be in. and today, she's probably not feeling so good about what happened. >> not quite apologetic just yet. we'll get into what happened last night at the u.s. open. >> yeah. >> and also, the ike anniversary. one year since hurricane ike roared into southern texas a prayer service taking place this morning. galveston, under seven feet of water when it happened. third worst hurricane in u.s. history. i went back to the city and talk to the mayor and i'll show kwhau they are doing to rebuild. >> first, some of the top stories from overnight. >>> five american service members killed in two separate roadside bombs in afghanistan. one in eastern afghanistan, the other in
, that uncharacteristic outburst by federer came on the day that serena issued a second apology for talking to the u.s. open line judge. >> in the postgame interview, serena acknowledged that the judge she clashed with on saturday, was only doing her job. >>> speaking of apologies, kanye west apologized for the third time in two days to taylor swift for interrupting her acceptance speech at the video music awards. west also announced he needs to step out of the spotlight for a while. >> i don't try to justify it because i was just in the wrong period. after this, i need to take some time off and analyze how i'm going to, you know, make it through the rest of this life. how i'm going to improve. >> west said he knew what he did was wrong, as soon as he handed the microsoft back to swift on sunday night. >> unt comfortable moment. >> it sure was. >>> for some of you, your local news is next. >> for everyone else, "america this morning" continues after this. ♪ mmm... hot fudge sundae. ♪ ooh! frosted blueberry?!? ♪ over 25 flavors of kellogg's pop-tarts®. and they're all for fun and fun for all.
or james bond. >> plus -- >> venus and serena williams are owners in the dolphins. >> by the way, they lost. for owners of the team, they're all smiles. >> coming up -- >> halle berry went to boa for dinner. she got some sparkly dessert. >> i was there and i didn't see her. >> i was there and i didn't see her. >> you didn't see the giant >> what a beautiful baby! >> we have hugh jackman in new york with the wife and the kids. i defy you to not like him after watching the video. he's dressed up, looks really nice, yet he still goes to the playground and pushes the girl and plays on the swing. anyway, we say ever since you started doing the play with daniel craig, we wanted to know -- >> who would win in a fighting, wolverine or james bond? >> wolverine would kick his ass! >> i would think wolverine would win. >> he's cool, bond. but, you know. >> we say how about in real life between you two? >> what about in real life? he's pretty tough. >> i think he'd go the distance. >> i don't know how well the british with fight. >> they can fight good. are you kidding me? they love getting in fights.
. serena williams and teenager melanie oudin, a rising star who pulled off her third upset in a row today. kelly wallace has her amazing story. >> reporter: playing with a mix of confidence and determination well beyond her 1 years..., melanie oudin's fiery brnd of tennis has won the hearts of american tennis fans, becoming the hottest at this year's tournament. >> i'm so happy to be in my first quarter final in a grand slam ever! >> reporter: today's win over 13th seed russian nadia petrova was her third straight upset of a ranked player and overwhelmed her parents and twin sister. it makes her the youngest american woman to make the quarter finals of the u.s. open since serena williams a decade ago. >> she's a bulldog. she kept on fighting even when she was down. >> reporter: hailing from the suburbs of atlanta, oudin proved herself to be a true georgia bulldog, losing the first set and almost the match before coming from behind. >> she gave me a couple free points and i started playing better and getting my confidence and believing that i could do it and i did. >> reporter: the spunky
brandon. 11-yard touchdown. 27-6. >>> the williams sisters moving up at the u.s. open. serena wore a t-shirt that says you can't spell dynasty -- she's getting serious. venus' game wasn't on point tonight, but she did win. tonight, the first match of the night. venus serving in the rare court. venus pushes the ball and finishes her off. kim in the fou round. she's coming back from having a baby. she was running her all over the place. serena taking care of business in this one. sanchez not going to get that one. a straight set winner. serena takes on danielle in the fourth round of the u.s. open. >> she might not be number one, but she might be the >>> >>> >>> o.j. simpson is going to stay in jail, at least for now. that decision was handed down by the nevada supreme court. he's appealing his conviction on kidnapping and robbery. he was hoping to be released on bail while it was being considered. they said he's a flight risk. he's found guilty of a serious and violent offense. >>> it was an emotional day as refighters said good-bye to a fallen colleague. they saluted ted hall. badly ra
. >>> to tennis. the competition is thinning. serena williams is the only top five seed left. she inched closer to a fourth win. 6-4, 6-3. nicole kidman and keith urban were there, john brokaw and donald and his wife were there to watch serena. rena seemed to relaxed. watch this move. putses i away. it's not easy. match point, serena in command. takes advantage. the powerful shot down the line. advances, 6-4, 6-3. >> that will be a heck of a match. >> it will be. >> we have firefighters >>> los angeles had to call before back up after their truck got swallowed in a sinkhole. workers were trying to block the road when the truck sank. the four firefightersnside got out okay. >> there was a scary labor day boating mishap in florida. a huge wave knocked three people overboard. their boat kept going, speeding out of control. the shoreline was packed with vacationers. most watched hoping the run away boat wouldn't hit anything or anything in the water. it hit rocks and flipped over. nobody was hurt. >>> an accident involving an armored truck shovelled money off the road. the truck's backdoor the flew
than we thought. also what billy jean king thinks of serena williams and her outpufrt at the u.s. open. >> serena was uptight that night. i never heard her use that language and i thought that's not the serena i know. >> are we are back from san diego at fortune magazine's most powerful women's summit. a lot more here shortly, but first from mike galanos who has the down low. >> the food and drug administration approved the h1n1 vaccine. health and human serfs told congress the first doses go out early next month with large scale vaccinations october 15th. >> once ready, the vaccine will be shipped through a central distribution system and available in up to 90,000 sites around the country. every state was asked to develop a plan and identify the appropriate vaccination sites and our contractor is shipping directly to the sites. there is not a glitch along the way. >> there will be enough vaccine for everybody but women and pregnant women should get it first. a death row execution has been put on hold because prison officials can't find a vain. he was convicted in the 1984 rape and mur
to the double's match. a series of vollies will come her way. serena watching as her sister does all the work. serena scheduled to play tomorrow. i have rain in new york as well. let's hope they can play. >>> what a couple of >>> it's not the fastest way to go, but a couple packers fans (announcer) tired of nighttime breathing problems? (sniffy/congested noises) ("whish, whish") here's the solution. (applause) is it a bandage you ask? no! it's famous, drug free breathe right. (squeaky noise) ingenious flexible strips that fit your nose to gently open your nasal passages... (free air/deep breath) ...for up to 31% more airflow. (female) wow! (announcer) you'll breathe better so you'll sleep better! small strip. big relief. bright idea! breathe better. sleep better. breathe right. >>> coming up next on the late show with
>> i didn't say i would kill you. are you serious? >> serena williams loses her cool and her u.s. open hopes. happenings on the hard court ahead on "msnbc sunday." plus the health care fight has president obama turned the tide. what more can he do to convince america change is good. also ahead, pick pocketers, payback. why are these takers now givers. it's a fall from grace for a football mascot. will he ride again? a very good morning to all of you. i'm alex witt. welcome to "msnbc sunday." 11:00 a.m. on the east coast, 8:00 a.m. out west. we begin with the latest on the search for missing yale graduate student annie le. police are analyzing the first potential evidence of a crime found in the very building le was last seen. this is a difficult day for annie le's family and friends, the day she was ready to get married. that ceremony supposed to start in about 30 minutes. mike taibbi is live with the latest. so mike, let's get to the evidence. what do you know about it? >> reporter: hi, alex. what we heard yesterday from a source at the new haven police department is bloody cl
.s. open, younger sister serena showed why the williams' name still needs to be feared. and the sooners are dealing with a worst case scenario, thanks to the sam bradford injury. why our expert thinks there's no reason to panic. [closed captioning provided by espn, inc.] >> available in high definition. will selva, mike yam with you. and when it comes to the american league wildcard race, it's becoming clear every game down the stretch is crucial. no question about it. the rangers did need to watch the scoreboard to see if they gained ground on boston. all they had to do was sweep a doubleheader from cleveland. rangers reliever had a consecutive scoreless streak of 20 and a third innings. in the bottom of the sixth. indians down 5-3. bases juiced. michael brantley threw a bleeder off the lead. two runs come in. same score, marlon bird, up, up and away. three-run shot. four hit games this season, rangers win it 11-9. rangers in double figures, julio who entered the game with one career home run went deep twice. game number two, the rangers were in cruise control in this game. but the ind
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